Weddings are always a great time to buy thoughtful gifts and an even better time to buy matching presents for the couple. With wedding gifts, you should usually try to buy something that is going benefit both husband and wife, and put a smile on at least one of their faces. Here are some great ideas for matching gifts at a few different price ranges
It’s hard to go wrong with bedding, everyone uses it and you can pick natural colours to match most bedrooms. Having His and hers pillowcases is a lovely touch to add to the bedroom especially for newlyweds. You can spend as much or as little as you want on bedding depending on the quality you decide to pick out and either way, they’ll love the thought of it regardless of price.
Could be a tougher option but if you can get the sizing right, buying matching fitness clothing is a very adventurous idea. One of them might hate it but going out in matching gym wear screams ‘we’re happy couple’. Maybe buying different colours might tone the idea down, but it’ll be a fun present to think about at the very least.
If you’re very close with the couple or just want to go a step further for them, a lot of watch companies do offer his and her collection. Watches can vary with personal tastes though, so make sure you have an idea of what they like, or if they’ll even wear it! You could even go a step further and have the watches engraved with their wedding date on them, might help as a reminder in the future!
A great gift to personalise, you can choose to have ‘Mr’ and ‘Mrs’ printed on them or even their names added on. Dressing gowns are a good option because you don’t even need to know their clothes size as most dressing gowns are generously sized. Just a matter of picking colours and what print you’d like to put on them for a thoughtful touch.
Wedding Day Sketches
If you think you can pull off being really sneaky, after the wedding if you can get hold of one of the best photos from the special day you can send it off to My Dreamlines and they’ll create beautiful pieces of art for the newlyweds to put in their home. It‘s a unique and thoughtful gift that they’ll simply adore, the art is created by using all the memorable features of the couple’s photo and even adds more life to the art compared to the original. If you think you can pull off not buying something for the day this will definitely make up for the understandable delay.
A gift doesn’t have to be wrapped up on a table at a wedding, why not pay for a weekend getaway for the newlyweds to book at their own leisure. Weekend breaks are usually very relaxed with their booking process so just paying for it and letting the couple choose when is best will be a lovely gift that they can use whenever suits.
If none of those ideas has sparked any ideas have a browse online for personalised gifts, a lot tend to be based on buying a pair together, although they might not be a pricey luxury product it’ll show your thoughtfulness in the gift idea.